11  Alex Winchell
Alex Winchell


Atlanta, Ga.

High School:
South Gwinnett HS





@MemphisWBKB Back on the Road Wednesday

Tigers heading back to the state of Illinois for a non-conference match-up.


@MemphisWBKB Opening Regular Season Friday at Home

Tigers hosting Missouri State in season opener.


Women's Basketball Ventures to Tennessee Tech Saturday

Tigers to face in-state foe on completion of final exams.


Women's Basketball Hosting Christian Brothers Saturday

Tigers tip up exhibition game at 2 p.m.

2009-2010 (Junior): Played in all 34 games, with 22 starts for the Tigers...Finished third on the team with 9.1 ppg and second on the team with 89 assists...Led Memphis with 70 three-point field goals made, a new single season record for three-point field goals made for the Tigers (broke the previous mark of 64 held by Devin Necaise and LaTonya Johnson)...Her 202 three-point field goal attempts was also a single season record...Scored a season-best 20 points on 6-for-13 shooting against Ole Miss with all six field goals coming from three-point range...Scored double-digits in 17 games, including three of the four games in the Women's Basketball Invitational (WBI)...Had a season-best seven assists in wins over Northwestern State and Jackson State...Knocked down 6-of-7 free-throw attempts in a win over UAB...Had a season-best four rebounds in the University of Washington tournament against Sacramento State...Was credited with her first career block in the fourth game of the season, against UT Martin.

2008-09 (Sophomore): Averaged 7.9 points and 1.8 rebounds for Memphis as a sophomore...Led the team with 87 assists and finished second on the squad with 47 three-point field goals made...Was also the team's third-best free-throw shooter, hitting 73.7 percent on the season...Her 47 triples this season was the ninth-best single season mark in school history...Has moved in to the career top 10 in three-point field goals made (77) to rank seventh all-time...Also ranks ninth all-time with 243 three-point field goals attempted...Was the team's lone point guard on the roster by the end of the season as LaToya Bullard missed the year with surgery and Tehani Goldsmith missed eight of the last 10 games due to health issues...Had a career-high 26 points in an overtime win at Southern Miss to close out the regular season, shooting 8-for-16 from the floor and 5-for-7 from three-point range...Also had a season-high three steals in that victory over USM and was 5-for-6 from the free-throw line...Scored eight of Memphis' 12 points in overtime in the win at Southern Miss...Scored double digits in nine games, including 16 points in a win at Tennessee Tech, where she hit a three to tie the game with 55 seconds remaining...Had 14 points and a career-best six rebounds in the C-USA tournament loss to Marshall...Scored a career-best seven points from the free-throw line in the game against Marshall.

2007-08 (Freshman): Finished her freshman campaign with 149 points and 47 rebounds (5.0 ppg and 1.6 rpg)...Also added 59 assists and 11 steals...Her 30 three-point field goals made ranks sixth all-time among Lady Tiger freshmen, one ahead of former teammate Alysse Davis..Her 97 three-point field goal attempts ranks fourth all-time among Memphis freshmen...Her 59 assists ranked 10th all-time in the freshman record book...Scored the game-winning three-point field goal in the win at East Carolina...Opened her Lady Tiger career in fearless style, as her half court three rimmed out in a season-opening loss to Tennessee Tech in the first game of the season...Hit four triples against Belmont, tying for sixth in the all-time freshman single game records...Scored 12 points in that Belmont game, her first career double-digit scoring outing...Finished with five double-digit scoring outings as a freshman, including back-to-back games at Marshall and East Carolina...Her 12 points at Belmont was a career-high...Had a career-high four rebounds twice, once at UTEP and once at East Carolina...Handed out eight assists in her third career start against Tennessee State....Stepped in as the team's starting point guard in her second career game against Southeastern Louisiana and moved in to a role as a back-up point guard and a two-guard when LaToya Bullard became eligible...As a two-guard, was a force from three-point range, hitting triples in 19 of the 30 games she played....Was the lone freshman to play in all 30 games, averaging 19.6 minutes per game on the season.

Prep: Was a four-year letterwinner in basketball in high school...Her team won region championships her freshman and sophomore years and were state runners-up her junior year...Her junior squad finished with a 28-5 record and helped her earn First Team All-State honors from the Atlanta Journal Constitution and from the coaches poll...Was named second team all Gwinnett County chosen by the Gwinette Daily Post...Was also second-team all-region 8-5A by the coaches in Region 8...Was named to the all-tournament team at the Big Orange and Hoover, Alabama., tournaments and the Nike Invitational All-Tournament team in Georgia...As a senior, guided her team to a 29-3 record before losing to the No. 1 ranked team in the country, Collins Hill, for a second straight season...Was a McDonald's All-American nominee and was named to the Atlanta Tip-Off team in December...Selected to play in the North-South all-star game for Georgia by the Georgia High School coaches association...Scored 20 points in that game, helping the North to an overtime win...Played AAU ball for a Georgia Nike Elite team that won back-to-back AAU Georgia state championships in 2005 and 2006 under coach Roland "Boscoe" McCabe with current Tiger teammate Brittany Carter.

Personal: Born January 17, 1989 in Alpharetta, Georgia...Daughter of Brian Winchell and Ana Lacret...Majoring in communcations.

Winchell's Career Stats in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader

Career Game-by-Game Stats in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader

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